Should I Answer? – Get your Response with this App
You are most likely aware of the fact that Google’s Phone app can automatically filter out calls that it detects to be spam, sending them directly to voicemail. When this happens, your phone won’t ring, and you won’t even get a missed call notification for any calls that Google weeds out. If the spam caller leaves a voicemail, you’ll just find it into your voicemail inbox.
If you want to take things a step further, then some amazing spam apps are waiting for you. Odds are you’re feeling annoyed by all these telephonic spams and you end up with one question in mind: Should I answer?
The question, “Should I answer?” is actually the answer too. It’s the name of the app that I want to tell you more about, of course. It’s a number lookup service that works similarly to some other spam blocking apps. And it also has a few extras that sweeten your experience.
Should I Answer? – Basics and a bit more
The Should I Answer? app can protect you against unwanted calls, as others app, but there’s something that you don’t know about it. Well, you can set the level of protection exactly according to your needs: from simple alert of unsolicited call to direct blocking. If you want it to do so, it may also block even hidden, foreign or premium rate numbers. And you can write your own lists of blocked or allowed numbers. Its repository has around half a billion numbers, so rest assured that no mistakes can happen.
The app can protect you even when being offline. And if you need to update the local database it waits for your Wi-Fi connection. And if privacy matters a lot to you, then the app developers are clear about something.
Everything you’re getting is happening directly in your phone, and in your phone only. The app can’t „see“ your own phone number, all reports are fully anonymous, the app doesn’t send your contacts lists and your data is never send to any 3rd party. Isn’t this perfect?
Two versions for all Android users
The initial Should I Answer? version of the app is waiting for you right away. And if your phone runs on Android version 6 or higher, use the brand new app version with a new user interface, full dialer functionality and better support of newer Android versions.
Grab the latest version and let us know what you think of it.